Alan T. Gray, Anne Hall
Earth Garden Books, 2000 - Architecture - 156 pages
Presents the experiences of owner builders, architects and professional builders who have created inspiring homes around Australia from this revolutionary house-building method. Strawbale homes are built from bales stacked like bricks, and rendered with cement or lime plasters.
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